Around the Net In Media Issues for December 2008

Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2008
Newspaper Stocks Collapse in '08, NYT Stays Afloat
'NYT' Needs A Major Restructuring
League TV Channels To Shake Up Sports Media
2010 Pro Bowl Moves To ESPN
Nielsen's In-Store Ad Service Loses Walmart
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2008
More Visitors, Less Time Spent At Newspaper Sites
Gray Reaps $3 Million From Retrans Deals
'Cincinnati Enquirer' Cuts Classified Days
Local Sports, Events Help Marketers In Hard Times
New Wind-Powered Billboards, Courtesy Of Coke
'Ugly Betty' In China Makes Content Deal With Unilever
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Dec. 29, 2008
Japanese Reality Shows Just Keep Coming
Cablevision Debt Benefits Core Business
Status of Media Jobs? Not So Good
Converter Boxes Won't Help TV Stations Keep All Viewers
'Seattle Times' Freezes Pensions
MLB Network Launch Is Biggest In Cable History
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Dec. 26, 2008
Sirius Sets Stock Sale To Lessen Debt
American Media Cuts 'Lifestyle' Perks
DailyLit Adds Sponsors to Digital Literature
NYT Print, Online Ad Revenue Down 21%
NYT Puts Its Stake in Red Sox, Fenway Up For Sale
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2008
News Corp. Invests More In Premiere Pay TV
Wash Po Digital Chief Exits Amid Restructuring
ABC's Upbeat Show About Border Patrol Stirs Controversy
'Desperaux,' Soup Brand In Rare Pact
It's Tough For Newspapers With Buildings For Sale
Suburban Papers See Opening In Detroit Delivery Cuts
ESPN To Launch Interactive TV For Fans
Around the Net In Media - Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2008
Young People Watch Half as Much TV As Parents
Ad Slowdown Less Harsh in Europe
BET Plans Inaugural Ball
Fred Thompson Gets O'Reilly Radio Show
Networks Resist Ad Discount Requests
Around the Net In Media - Monday, Dec. 22, 2008
Auto Bailout Won't Mean More Ad Buys
Chiklis Creating TV Drama About Investor Scams
MyNetworkTV on Upswing, Thanks To Wrestling
Beijing Olympics Back On NBC
Wenner To Postpone 'Us Weekly' Spinoff
Around the Net In Media - Friday, Dec. 19, 2008
Fox Business Sues Treasury Over Bailout Info
NAACP: TV Is Losing Minority Faces
Ad Biz May Suffer 3-Year Depression
Newspapers For Sale Draw Few Buyers
NYT To Launch 'Instant Op-Ed'
TVB: More People Watching TV Via Satellite
Around the Net In Media - Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008
'USA Today' Editor Paulson Steps Down
Omnicom To Cut Up to 3,500 Jobs
NYT Could Sell Its Red Sox Stake
CBS, Time Warner Mull Olympics Bid
Magazines Put Web on Back Burner-For Now
Nielsen Delays Local People Meter Plan
Around the Net In Media - Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008
New Pitch To Split Super Bowl Spot 10 Ways
Disney Plans Russian TV Venture
Cable Operators Try To Ease DTV Shift
Mag For Affluent Blacks Enjoys Growth Spurt
MTV Pumps Up User Content
As Mags Cut Back, Advertisers Want More
Oprah Winfrey In Deal With HBO